Spring is finally here and I have so many gardening and outdoor projects to complete. How about you? We’ve all been eager to get outside but the weather has only teased us with a few nice days. We’ve used those days to plant 500 pachysandra plants in our too-shady-for-grass side yard, cut down briar bushes, pick up sticks from the winter storms, and clean up the flower beds. We have so much more to do!
One tool that I use for every outdoor project is a good pair of garden gloves. Whether I’m planting, digging, leaf-blowing, trimming, or potting plants, I wear gloves to protect my hands from blisters, scratches, and dirty fingernails! I’m always eager to pick out new gloves for the season. Check out my Digz On garden gloves below!
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You may recognize the Digz On brand, it is a very popular brand and found at your local hardware and home improvement stores including Home Depot. They make quality high performance gloves that will keep up with you and any gardening, crafting, or home improvement task!
Their Digz Signature Women’s Large Garden Glove is a perfect glove if you are just going to buy one pair of gloves this season. It is durable made with terry cloth. The mesh back not only looks cute but helps with breath ability of the gloves.
The reinforced palm will protect your hands no matter what the chore. They are built for hard work! I’ve worn them several times already and they are sooo comfortable while protecting my hands.
These gloves are also touch-screen compatible with special fingertips. I guess that is a good trait since we always have our phones with us these days, however my gloves are usually pretty dirty while I’m wearing them so I don’t find that as a huge feature.
I love the Rose Picker Medium Synthetic Leather Gloves for my serious gardening and landscaping – i.e. cutting down the briar bushes that keep coming back year after year – although we are getting a good handle on them! These gloves are perfect for protecting your hands and your arms from prickly plants like roses and briar bushes.
The gloves are very breathable and comfortable to wear. The cuff has a strap to tighten the gloves so that dirt doesn’t spill down the open arm area.
If you plan to prune evergreen bushes, rose bushes, or briar bushes, you really need to grab a pair of these garden gloves as well for those tasks. It really helps maintain nice, scratch-free arms this season!
Both of the gloves featured above are machine-washable too so you can keep them looking new no matter how hard you work them!
Get outside and start working on those wonderful yard projects. Treat yourself with a new pair or two of Digz On gloves to protect your hands and get the job done right. Buy them at Home Depot or on Amazon.com.